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This is one of those
stories that will probably stick to the roof of your mouth.
An event called Jam City,
a gourmet peanut butt and jelly party, was held Thursday night.
Local chefs joined
together to create one of a kind recipes offering a new twist on this lunchbox
You could wash down your
PB&J with locally crafted beers, and there was live entertainment.
The whole event was a
fundraiser for the group ‘Food for Thought', which offers free lunch programs
with help from the Seagate Food Bank and donations from various sources.
Nearly 1,400 households
are fed every month from the charity.
"We actually have a mobile
food pantry. We have two sixteen foot
trucks that we turn into mobile food trucks," said Food for Thought's Sam
Melvin. "We go to different host sites,
churches, YMCA. We create a food pantry
wherever we go."
Thursday's sold out event
attracted 400 people who paid $30 each, which will be used to feed the hungry
in our area.